Komorebi Variance

Gallery Open Daily 9.30am to 4pm

17 February – 8 March
Opening Night on Tuesday 18 February 6-8pm

Foyer Gallery

Free entry

Wheelchair Accessible

Komorebi Variance

Komorebi is a Japanese word for “light filtering through the trees”. Variance comes from how it’s viewed. When it comes together, it’s the many ways of catching the light through nature. Filtered light always catches the viewers eyes whether their conscious of it or not and creates a magical moment for a brief time. My photos are always trying to catch that magical moment and keep it longer than it exists.

The light is different in colour than it is in black and white. It goes from warm and cool to highlight and shadow. It tells a variation of the same story. The visual of color next to black and white makes the viewer slow down to appreciate and become conscious of not only the filtered light, but the image in itself. I’m always watching the light on walks to catch the magical moments. I want the viewer to relax, go for a walk, and enjoy the view.

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